RUN FOR YOUR WIFE By Ray Cooney November 9, 2012 – December 16, 2012 This superb example of the British farce had […]
Thank You to Carolee Mason (ACT-CO Festival Comedy Adjudicator) for the THEA Award Nomination (Debut Performance) in Century Theatre Guild’s Production of […]
Stephanie Baird admirably presents Phoebe Craddock as the naïve Vermont school teacher who Carmichael takes under his wing as a writing partner. As Phoebe rises to prominence as a writer, Ms. Baird injects the proper maturity into her performance, while being mindful to bring across the basic goodness that prevents success from going to Phoebe’s head.
An indication that a performance has succeeded is when audience members have questions about the characters’ innate motivations.
Ms. Baird left this reviewer asking: Is this the true, unconditional love where Phoebe is willing to accept Jason’s many personality flaws, or is she a romantic basket case hopelessly addicted to the man’s fame and brilliance?
Article By Phil Gravelle As published in The Erin Advocate March 21, 2012 Romantic Comedy is perhaps the ideal title for a […]